The Mystery of the Spiteful Letters was one of the novels in Enid Blyton's The Five Find-Outers series, published in 1946.
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... Later, several villagers of Peterswood suddenly getting a spiteful letters which was sent on Sheepsale every monday 11.45 am ... clues which include Pip's alphabet book and Fatty decides that the Spiteful letters culprit is Pip and Bets' cook Mrs Moon ...
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“Harvey: About this Voltaire.
Helene: What about him?
Harvey: Howd he ever get time to do all he did?
Helene: He lived to be old.
Harvey: Even so, how many letters did he write?
Helene: Oh, I dont know exactly. Thousands.
Harvey: I cant remember when I even wrote one.
Helene: You should try.
Harvey: Its too late. I wouldnt know where to send it.”
—Tom Waldman (d. 1985)
“I try to make a rough music, a dance of the mind, a calculus of the emotions, a driving beat of praise out of the pain and mystery that surround me and become me. My poems are meant to make your mind get up and shout.”
—Judith Johnson Sherwin (b. 1936)
“For little boys are rancorous
When robbed of any myth,
And spiteful and cantankerous
To all their kin and kith.
But little girls can draw conclusions
And profit from their lost illusions.”
—Phyllis McGinley (19051978)